Louis Albert Carvin was a French sculptor, born in 1875 and died in 1951. He was known primarily for his sculptures of animals. He worked in bronze, spelter, and terra cotta. Naturally, the bronze sculptures are considered the most valuable, and probably have the greatest appreciation value.
This extraordinary bronze sculpture of two German Shepherds (old style! usually called Alsatians) titled "Bonne Garde", signed L. Carvin.
Statue is 9 1/2 inches tall, by 7 3/8 inches wide.
The artist, Louis Albert Carvin, 1875-1951 (French).
Lovely green marble base.
Age: c 1920.
Item ID: 111
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